Update: My browsers refuse to show the mobile skin, unless in developer tools. But it's fine since I do have the mobile.
Also, the discord integrator generates an error message on the mobile skin, probably because the JS is disabled. It didn't disappear even after we put it on the right coloumn, so we have to figure out another solution.
Well I'm not sure yet, I'm still trying to figure out. There are some template types that are hidden in mobile skin but this is a too confusing method to use. Anyway I saw we have no due date for imports anymore.
Funny thing: The ?useskin=mercury does work, I just didn't notice I'm trying it on the thread instead of on a page...
I guess we could configure it so that both parameters can be accepted?
I think the better solution is to have the word "hours" passed away in the parameter too. This way minutes can be passed as well. Also I think the -/+ sign should be added. Currently the #time function accepts double - as a +, but this might change.
Welp I guess 2 AM me must have forgotten, so I'll go do that right now! Thanks for reminding :)
1) Maybe. Is it all the pictures or just the top left one? That particular picture takes more time to load than the others for me (just that I don't want to change all if only one poses a problem, that is why I ask).
I know a site that can change the resolution of images, so I think I'll use that (pixlr.com/x/). It's useful for a lot of things. I actually used it to create my background submission along with canva.
We could also search up lazy loading image techniques so that maybe we display an alternate image while the main, high-res one is still loading. It would require JS, though, so we'd need to request that :|
2) Yeah, I think the first one would work great! I was just looking for something that would fit lol.
3) That could work too!
4) Sure, we could try that as well! I guess that would mean utilizing the :active selector, right?
1) It seems to be not only about the top-left image. I think your idea of decreasing the resolution is great, because fast loading is more important than the image quality. I think we should avoid unnecessary complexity with alternate images - we won't be there for maintenance afterwards.
Also what is this "the far lands of our heads"? Are we sure the pictures will stay there?
4) Oops lol yes, it's the :active selector. on-click is something else. It can maybe move a bit to bottom-right/lose the shadow/get inset border/idk.
*) I managed to remove the underline from the links! The problem was that the underline is on the a element, which is a parent of the span with the class. I made another class, mainpage-nav-area, and put it on the whole table.
Candy, why do you prefer to style your own button on the "Refresh for more accurate times" instead of using the fandomized "button" class? And what's the point of transforming the letters to uppercase instead of putting them uppercase in the first place?